A homeowner in Barre, Massachusetts, bought their childhood home 10 years ago from their parents. In the 10 years that they have lived in their home, they noticed the concrete around the pool start to sink and crack. The homeowners used their pool a lot during the summer and don't want to worry about tripping hazards around their pool. Our design specialist recommended installing PolyLevel and NexusPro in the area in front of the entrance to the pool.
Our production team began by drilling portholes in the concrete near the stairs of the pool. After the portholes are drilled the team then injected PolyLevel underneath each slab to lift and level them. After the team lifted the slabs they began sealing the cracks with NexusPro. The NexusPro will protect the concrete by not allowing water to seep into the cracks.
Most of the concrete around the pool is in good condition but the concrete near the stairs is sinking.
Concrete In Front of Stairs
The concrete near the stairs has sunk.
Concrete Has Sunk
The concrete has sunk over an inch causing a tripping hazard.
Lifted, Leveled, and Sealed
The team lifted, leveled, and sealed the concrete around the stairs of the pool to eliminate the tripping hazard.